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255 Sq. Ft. Mt. Everest Tiny House

Here is another tiny house on wheels from Tiny Mountain House. This model is the Mt. Everest. It’s 255 sq. ft. with a sleeping and storage loft. The starting price of this tiny house is $39,047.


Some of the standard features of this house include knotty pine interior walls and ceiling, two burner electric cooktop in kitchen, 3.1 cubic feet refrigerator with freezer, track lighting in kitchen and entry plus so much more.

There are additional options you can add on to this tiny house. And, they also offer 100% financing to those who qualify.

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255 Sq. Ft. Mt. Everest Tiny House

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VIDEO: Mt. Everest Tiny Home – Tiny Mountain Houses

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For more information on how you can have a tiny house on wheels built for you please visit Tiny Mountain Houses.

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  • Brien April 4, 2015, 10:44 pm

    What is the benefit of a tiny home on wheels over a fifth wheel trailer?

    • Ben Lunt April 6, 2015, 11:41 am

      First, if you want a 5th wheel Tiny Home, you only need to start with a 5th wheel trailer. A 5th wheel trailer, when you get into the 10 to 15 thousand pound size, is a little easier to maneuver and safer to handle in dangerous braking situations. The REAL benefits of building a Tiny House versus a factory built 5th wheel trailer comes to the final product.

      First, factory built travel trailers incorporate economy decisions which may plague you in the future: thin or ineffective insulation, complex and difficult to maintain utilities, weak and leaky windows and accessories, and on and on. I have been living on my boats for 30 years now, and many of my friends who bought RV’s and travel trailers have asked me how to stop leaks and improve this or that. These products are not cursed by the Devil, but you will be buying problems which are not readily apparent until after you own the thing.

      The excellent growth of the Tiny House movement has brought some of the most delightful innovations and options I have ever seen in any field. First, with your own Tiny House, whether you build it yourself or have a reputable builder put it together, you can end up with the house you want. It will inevitably be more robust and better insulated that the factory cookie cutter items. You can select and incorporate the exact accessories you want, the storage you want, special accommodations for pets if you wish, decide on the decor, inside and out, and avoid certain things you are ‘stuck with’ in used or factory items, such as tankage, shower and head configurations.

  • Susanne April 5, 2015, 1:25 pm

    The roof over sleeping area seems to be the roomiest I have ever seen! Besides an angled roof.

    • Paula May 19, 2015, 3:16 am

      The problem with a nearly flat roof is that it developes leaks more quickly, especially if you live in an area with snow.

  • Donald Shattuck April 6, 2015, 4:20 am

    I love the ideas I see here. Motivational. Regards, Don

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